15 oz can
3 servings per container
Field Peas, Water, Snaps, Monosodium Glutamate, Salt, Dehydrated Onion, Sugar, Spices, Natural Flavors, Natural Smoke Flavor, Chicken Fat, Calcium Disodium EDTA (to Preserve Color).
Allergen: May contain peanuts.
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Queen of soul food. They Snap to Attention. My name is Sylvia, but some folks call me the Queen of Soul Food. I've been serving down home Southern cooking in my Harlem Restaurant for so long it's become a New York City landmark. Asa little girl in South Carolina, I learned about soulful, home cooking from my Mom. After a hard day's work in the field picking beans, nothing tasted as fine as her warm, flavorful cooking. She had lots of ways to cook peas and beans and they Were always delicious. I'm sure you'll find my recipes for seasoned peas and beans just as satisfying. Pease enjoy all my soul satisfying sauces, seasoned greens, spices and mixes or stop by my restaurant. We'll have a table waiting for you. Love, Sylvia
Already cooked, heat and eat. Recipes: To cook, gently simmer black eye peas in a saucepan, or zap in a microwave dish, until hot. For a quick, delicious meal, add smoked turkey or ham and serve over rice. For serious heat, add my kickin' hot, hot sauce.
Slyvia Woods Food Company